Re: UK friendly? --- plus a 'What if...'
i'm too tired to come up with a good segue for this, but i have recently been thinking about technical writers as a group and if we have certain enduring stereotypes attributed to us. are there technical writer jokes? like, how many technical writers does it take to... or why did the technical writer cross the road... ?
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